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Behind NBC's Sing-Off Decision

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NBC's decision to turn singing competition The Sing-Off into a weekly series might be the biggest surprise of the new fall season. But it was a move that came only after intense debate inside the Peacock network over how and when to air a second ...
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Roush Review: Reliving an Historic Ride

Freedom Riders

Even with so many season finales and cliffhangers clamoring for our attention this month, I doubt you'll find two hours of TV more riveting, harrowing and inspiring than Freedom Riders, the latest triumph from PBS' American Experience series.

As heralded recently ...
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VIDEO: Paralyzed Student Walks Again at Graduation

Austin Whitney

Austin Whitney severed his spinal cord after an accident resulting from his drunken driving before his freshman year in college. "I was so consumed with hatred for myself," he says of his emotional state after the accident.

Instead of giving up on life, though, he persevered and found an experimental treatment for his paralysis called an "exoskeleton"...
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Ask Matt: The Cancellation Blues, Finales, and Other TV Matters

Jason Clarke and Matt Lauria

Send questions to askmatt@tvguidemagazine.com and follow me on Twitter!

Question: The recent cancellation of almost all of Fox's bubble shows seems to stem at least partially from a lack of "shelf space," since they don't program shows in the 10 pm/ET hour. My question is, why not? There must be a story here, though being 22, I haven't been watching adult-skewing prime-time shows long enough to remember it, so please enlighten me. I am ...
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Rebecca Black Is Not a Pregnant 13-Year-Old

Rebecca Black

Here's a knockdown of a vicious viral report: Rebecca Black is not pregnant...
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Tamera Mowry Marries Fox News' Adam Housley

Tamera Mowry and Adam Housley

Sister, Sister's Tamera Mowry and her beau of almost six years, Fox News Channel correspondent Adam Housley, got married in front of 300 guests.

"I've always wanted an outdoor wedding with lots of flowers," Mowry gushed to People about the Sunday nuptials at a Napa Valley inn and vineyard. "I feel so lucky to have this beautiful day marrying my best friend"...
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Exclusive: Leverage Recruits Saving Grace's Leon Rippy for Recurring Role

Leverage, Leon Rippy

Saving Grace's guardian angel is trading in his wings for something more villainous: Leon Rippy has been cast as a recurring nemesis on the upcoming fourth season of Leverage, TVGuide.com has learned.

Check out photos of the Leverage cast

Rippy will pay a mysterious Warren Buffett-type named Mr. Latimer. As we previously reported, Latimer begins spying on Nate (Timothy Hutton) and the rest of his gang of thieves with selfish intentions. Once Latimer figures out the Leverage team's game, he begins lining his own pockets by taking advantage of the companies Nate's team brings down.

Rippy's character is expected to appear in at least five episodes... read more

Fox Entertainment President Kevin Reilly Discusses His Fall Strategy

Kevin Reilly

TV Guide Magazine: There was some concern that Terra Nova might be pushed back again, given the previous delays on the show. Is it ready to go, and why did you decide to kick off Mondays with it?
Kevin Reilly: We've been sitting on this show, producing it for a while and it's been a big undertaking. It's ...
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CNN's Don Lemon Reveals That He's Gay

Don Lemon

CNN anchor Don Lemon has revealed that he is gay in an interview with the New York Times to promote his new book, Transparent.

While Lemon says he never hid his sexuality from his coworkers and many were aware of it, this marks the first time he's acknowledging it publicly. Lemon says that writing the book motivated him to come out. It was initially intended to be an inspirational tome but turned personal as Lemon worked on it. In Transparent, Lemon also discusses being abused and his lifelong estrangement from his father...
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Fox Fall Lineup: Terra Nova Roars to Mondays; Alcatraz Pushed to Midseason

Terra Nova

Fox will roar into fall as dinosaur drama Terra Nova  kicks off the network's new lineup that also includes singing competition The X Factor, and freshman comedies New Girl,  I Hate My Teenage Daughter and Allen Gregory.

Fall 2011 TV Scorecard: Which shows are returning? Which aren't?

The network is holding drama series Alcatraz and Bones spin-off The Finder until midseason, when the network will also debut new animated comedy Napoleon Dynamite.

Terra Nova will kick off Mondays at 8/7c, leading into what may be the final season of veteran medical drama House.

Glee
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